This was the first sports backpage I had the opportunity to work on going into my junior year. This infographic emphasizes the player's statistics without distracting from the dominant visual.
This page design won 1st place by The Columbia Scholastic Press Association for category of Typography: the look of one page.
This was one of the first graphics I have ever done for a story package. This story was about the role of social media within our athletics program, and I converted familiar phrases that every high school student knew into a graphic format.
This bar graph is just another example of creative data representation. The top bar interacts with the body copy of the story, which makes the infographic somewhat interactive.
Taking inspiration from the circular theme of last year's newspaper, I decided to integrate circles into data representation. After moving around multiple circles, this infographic was the outcome.
For this infographic, I imagined it to be a little more text-heavy rather than design-heavy data representation. I took photos of all the key players from each team and inserted quick facts and quotes for the reader.
Once again, I utilized the newspaper's circular theme in a data representation infographic. In addition, the spot color is really emphasized in this infographic, making it pop out on the page.
In a story about historic rivalries, most of our readers want to see score lines and statistics of past games. This infographic is a simple way of presenting scores from past years.